Starting with a classic sativa kick, a delicious cerebral high comes over the mind for an overall happiness that lends itself to creativity. Fueled by an overtly citrus aroma (that reminds many of Pinesol), a warm buzz drifts down the body, muscles loosen and relaxation sets in, slowly intensifying into a dreamy couch-lock.As the flavor profile of Donna OG marijuana grows on you, so will its prowess as a medical strain, specifically for its ability to put stress and anxiety in their place.
Like other infamous Donnas of their time, Donna OG is a legendary hybrid, well balanced in its effects, and often considered one of the best examples of marijuana on the market, for its smooth, mood-lifting smoke and aromatic appeal.
Moderate levels of THC and a dinstinct aroma that reminds many consumers of Pinesol round out the euphoria inducing, stress bust hybrid Donna OG.
Being that Donna OG marijuana seeds share the best of both their indica and sativa genetics in equal amount, despite the lack of growing information available, gardeners should find these plants thrive well either indoors or out and produce sticky, crystal covered buds within 8-9 weeks of entering the flowering stage. Featuring a moderate level of THC, practicing standard techniques, like maintaining shape and topping, may help increase your chances of producing heavy colas that lie on the higher end of the cannabinoid spectrum.
Purple-green bell flowers, deep purple inside, hang on thick stems bearing soft leaves. Later appear the juicy black berries. But be warned, its common name is true and appropriate. It was derived from the fact that in ancient times women would put tinctures of the berry juice into their eyes to dilate the pupils to 'make them appear more beautiful': BELLA DONNA = BEAUTIFUL LADY! All parts of this plant are extremely poisonous, producing the drug atropine, do not plant where children can reach the plant when it is in fruit.
For best results, sow immediately onto a good soil-based compost. Cover the seeds with fine grit or compost to approximately their own depth. They can be sown at any time, and germination can sometimes be quicker if kept at 15 to 20 degrees C. We sow most seeds in an unheated greenhouse and wait for natural germination, as many seeds have built-in dormancy mechanisms, often waiting for natural spring germination, hence giving them a full season of growth.